Facial skin varies widely from person to person--from dry and flaky, to oily and shiny, everybody’s skin is a little bit different. Skin type determines which products and ingredients are best for you. Each one of these three masks is formulated for a different skin type and concern.
Not sure what type of skin you have? Think about how your skin feels midday without a moisturizer. If your skin feels tight and uncomfortable, you have dry skin. If your skin is comfortable without a moisturizer, you are on the oilier side. If areas of your skin feel comfortable, while other areas feel dry, you have combination skin. Another good test is to run your finger across your T-zone (chin, nose and forehead) midday. Do you see oil on your finger? If so, you most likely have combination to oily skin.
Choose your face mask determined by your skin type:
Dry, sensitive skin: Lavender Clay Mask
Oily, blemish-prone skin: Sea Clay Mask
Combination, dull skin: Tumeric Clay Mask